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UBS CBRE Property Securities Fund - Managed Fund

Fund Objective
The Fund aims to outperform (after management costs) the S&P/ASX 300 Property Accumulation Index over rolling five year periods.
Fund Strategy
The Fund is a portfolio of mainly Australian real estate securities that the Portfolio Manager believes are being undervalued by the market.

Fund Performance Comparison

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Fund performance

  1M 3M 6M 1Y p.a. 2Y p.a. 3Y p.a. 5Y p.a. 10Y p.a.
Total return 2.05% 2.9% 23.6% 28.3% 9.86% 7.89% 7.21% 10.57%
Growth return -% 2.49% 22.7% 25.69% 7.77% 5.93% 4.78% 7.23%
Income return -% 0.41% 0.9% 2.61% 2.09% 1.96% 2.43% 3.34%
Market index (S&P/ASX 200 A-REIT TR )
Total return 1.94% 3.12% 22.39% 24.11% 9.71% 7.52% 5.17% 9.22%
As at 31 May 2024. Returns for periods greater than 1 year are annualised. All figures are percentages.

Asset Allocation

UBS CBRE Property Securities Fund
Australian Equities
5.78%
Cash
0.62%
Property
93.60%
International Equities
0%
Fixed Interest
0%
Alternatives
0%
Average Allocation of Peers
Australian Equities
1.72%
Cash
1.71%
Property
95.86%
International Equities
0.57%
Fixed Interest
0.11%
Alternatives
0.02%

General Information

Fund Details
Type Description
UBS CBRE Property Securities Fund
UBS Asset Management (Australia) Ltd
SBC0816AU
Equity Australia Real Estate
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Investment Fund
1 Feb 1993
$318.55 million (as at 30 Apr 2024)
$1.6713 (as at 12 Jun 2024)
$1.6629 (as at 12 Jun 2024)
Open
Offer information
Type Description
MER 0.85% (as at 12 Dec 2023)
Indirect Cost Ratio (ICR) 0.85% (as at 30 Jun 2023)
Performance fee (not included in ICR) 0
Minimum initial investment $50,000
Minimum additional investments $1,000.00
Minimum redemption amount

Top 10 holdings (as at 30 Apr 2024)

Holding (as at 30 Apr 2024) Type % of Portfolio
Goodman Group Equity 35.92%
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FAQs about the UBS CBRE Property Securities Fund

The objective of the UBS CBRE Property Securities Fund managed fund is The Fund aims to outperform (after management costs) the S&P/ASX 300 Property Accumulation Index over rolling five year periods.

The strategy of the UBS CBRE Property Securities Fund managed fund is The Fund is a portfolio of mainly Australian real estate securities that the Portfolio Manager believes are being undervalued by the market.

The APIR code of the UBS CBRE Property Securities Fund managed fund is SBC0816AU.

UBS CBRE Property Securities Fund’s total return last month was 2.05%. This was made up of a growth return of -% and an income return of -%. These returns were calculated as at 31 May 2024.

UBS CBRE Property Securities Fund’s total return for the last three months was 2.9%. This was made up of a growth return of 2.49% and an income return of 0.41%%. These returns were calculated as at 31 May 2024.

UBS CBRE Property Securities Fund’s one-year total return is 28.3%. This was made up of a growth return of 25.69% and an income return of 2.61%. These returns were calculated as at 31 May 2024.

UBS CBRE Property Securities Fund’s one-year total return is 7.89%. This was made up of a growth return of 5.93% and an income return of 1.96%. These returns were calculated as at 31 May 2024.

The asset allocation of the UBS CBRE Property Securities Fund managed fund is :

Australian Equities
5.78%
Cash
0.62%
Property
93.60%
International Equities
0%
Fixed Interest
0%
Alternatives
0%

The Responsible Entity for the UBS CBRE Property Securities Fund managed fund is UBS Asset Management (Australia) Ltd.

The UBS CBRE Property Securities Fund managed fund belongs to the Equity Australia Real Estate sector/asset class.

As at 30 Apr 2024, the size of the UBS CBRE Property Securities Fund managed fund was $318.55 million.

The UBS CBRE Property Securities Fund managed fund has an inception date of 1 Feb 1993.

The current entry price of the UBS CBRE Property Securities Fund managed fund is $1.6713 per unit and the current exit price is $1.6629 per unit (as at 12 Jun 2024).

The current exit price of the UBS CBRE Property Securities Fund managed fund is $1.6629 per unit and the current entry price is $1.6713 per unit (as at 12 Jun 2024).

The minimum initial investment amount for the UBS CBRE Property Securities Fund managed fund is $50,000. Minimum additional investment is $1000.

Fund data sourced from Morningstar. Some material is copyright and published under licence from ASX Operations Pty Limited ACN 004 523 782 ("ASXO"). Data and content is provided for personal use only. Whilst every care has been taken in producing these numbers, neither Morningstar nor InvestSMART can make any guarantees around the complete accuracy of these figures. Should you decide to change investments, please read all relevant disclosure documents including the Product Disclosure Statements and if required, you may consider speaking to a financial professional for further guidance. A tax event may be realised as a result of switching investments. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.